Red Sox Starting Rotation Continues to Push One Another After Win Streak Snapped (Video)

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Ryan Dempster ran into some trouble during the first game of the Red Sox’ Sunday double header, giving up four runs in seven innings. That number snapped the Sox’ starting rotation streak of allowing three or fewer runs.

Dempster said the starter group aims to push one another with each outing to give the team a chance to win. Sunday afternoon’s game just came up short.

Hear what else Dempster had to say in the video above.

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